As warmer days approach, it’s only right that ice cream comes to mind as the perfect treat. Local shops across town such as Sweet Nels, Sweet Lucy’s and Dairy Palace all fulfill that sweet tooth craving but it’s Woodside Farm Creamery in Newark, Delaware that took AAA World’s attention. Here’s what they had to say about a local favorite!  

“When Jim Mitchell’s ancestors bought the farm that he and his wife, Janet, operate now, George Washington was president and farmland was abundant. Today, Woodside Farm is the last farm standing in this now-suburban area—and Delawareans consider it a state treasure. 

Woodside Farm’s ice cream is made at its on-site creamery using milk from the farm’s Jersey cows, a breed known for the high milk solids and butterfat content. You can partake of Woodside Farm ice cream at a host of restaurants in Delaware and Southeastern Pennsylvania as well as at Sweet Lucy’s in Wilmington and The Ice Cream Store in Rehoboth Beach, but it tastes best when you’re sitting at a picnic table underneath the sprawling 80-year-old oak tree on the edge of Woodside Farm.” 

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Woodside Farm Creamery

We are a family owned (since 1796) dairy farm that manufactures our own ice cream using the milk from our herd of Jersey cows (since 1998). We…